Presentation on theme: "ASIS PHYSICAL SECURITY COUNCIL & ASIS FOUNDATION “ROY BORDES AWARD” and ASIS 239 Mexico North Present, “MANAGING YOUR PHYSICAL SECURITY PROGRAM”"— Presentation transcript:
ASIS PHYSICAL SECURITY COUNCIL & ASIS FOUNDATION “ROY BORDES AWARD” and ASIS 239 Mexico North Present, “MANAGING YOUR PHYSICAL SECURITY PROGRAM”
Review your risk strategies and ability to address risk issues which are critical to your corporation or organization. Review your ability to manage effective access to secure facilities. Review best practices and whether they apply in your environment. Expand your responsibilities to meet the new challenges in today’s converged programs. Improve the effectiveness of your security program. Increase your working knowledge of the latest equipment, systems, and application technologies. Review the issues surrounding legal liability. Increase your effectiveness at key project stages: plan, specify, purchase, implement, and manage. Cualifies for recertification credits to members with CPP, PSI and PSP status Cualifies for recertification credits to members with CPP, PSI and PSP status Security directors, managers, and officers Facility managers Information security professionals Risk management personnel Government operations Design professionals Members with ASIS Certifications
PROGRAM OVERVIEW Counter Terrorism Planning – Antiterrorism planning is a core requirement for many security managers in today’s environment. How you organize your resources and execute your plan can make all the difference in whether you make it on to a terrorist’s target list or are dropped as presenting too hard a target. In this presentation you will learn how to create and execute an antiterrorism plan, how to work with counterterrorist forces, and how to do it all without breaking your security budget. Characterizing, Quantifying and Managing Risk – What does management expect you to do about it? Do you know your corporation’s appetite for risk and how your security program is expected to support it? Can you predict risk and the changes that are likely to occur given both internal and external pressures? Managing Site-Wide Access – Managing access (and egress) from a secure facility require many elements to work in concert with one another. Discuss current best practices, technologies and protocols which facilitate securing a perimeter and the flow of people and assets which pass through it.. (Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design) CPTED (Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design) – Learn how implementing and managing the CPTED process can contribute to the success of your physical security program. Very useful to gain and promote physical ground characteristics and help thru this your security personnel.
Program Planning and Security Life Cycle – Integrating Risk Tolerance, Return-on-Investment and Total Cost of Ownership in the Strategic Security Planning Process Cloud Computing – Outsourcing the Physical Security Technology process is an option which is becoming more available to an increasing number security functions. What opportunities and potential security issues are involved in this outsourcing process? Design and Management of CCV and Network Video Systems (Digital Video Management) - Review camera technologies that can positively impact your security program Managing a Maintenance Program - System Maintenance Agreements – Managing preventative maintenance warranty, service, troubleshooting, configuration management (drawings, software, hardware, training), and response throughout the system / program lifecycle; value and risks associated with software support and upgrades Legal/Liability Issues – How do operations, maintenance, training, staffing, systems (and lack thereof) impact liability? Understanding the Security Process – The “security process” is comprised of a diverse range of individual security components which include human, technology and integrated process inputs. These inputs and how we integrate the foundations of security such as threat, risk and impact with them will be discussed. PROGRAM OVERVIEW
WELCOME RECEPTION: will be held at Hotel Holiday Inn Fundidora 19:00 hrs., exclusive for ASIS Members attending to this seminar. CLASSROOM: OCEANIA, INSIDE CINTERMEX FACILITIES CLASSES WILL BE GIVEN IN ENGLISH. SIMULTANEOUS TRANSLATION WILL BE AVAILABLE Registration Hours: October 3 rd., 7:30–8:00 am From 8:00 am to 17:00 hrs. Program Hours: From 8:00 am to 17:00 hrs. REGISTRATION FEES:Members paid ASIS 239 Mexico North:$ 200.00 USD * Members Chapter 239 & other chapters: $ 375.00 USD * NO members:$ 700.00 USD * NO members:$ 700.00 USD * * Fees does not includes Taxes or Hotel reservations. * Fees does not includes Taxes or Hotel reservations. HOTEL Information: Hotel Holiday Inn Fundidora Special rate for the seminar (Click here) Special rate for the seminar (Click here)(Click here)(Click here) Please be sure to be registered as a program attendee. Please be sure to be registered as a program attendee. Continuing Professional Education (CPE): ASIS-sponsored programs are worth 1- 32 CPE’s depending on the length of the program. Certificates of completion: ASIS reserves the right to withhold certificates if attendance requirements are not met. Attire: Business casual is recommended. Free participation in the Expo Mundo de la seguridad Conferences given by ASIS members from our country from our country http://expomundodelaseguridad.com/http://expomundodelaseguridad.com/ Registration and deposits: Beneficiary: AC México Norte, A.C. Bank: Bancomer Account: 0141793365 Branch: 0223 CLABE: 012580001417933659 Contact: email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org